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SkillsCast

Workshop: Getting Started with Hive CI and On-Device Automation

14th April 2016 in London at CodeNode

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This session was not filmed.

The Hive CI is an framework for running automated testing on physical devices. The complete system comprises Hive Runners, which control the test device and execute the tests, the Hive Scheduler, for managing the Runners, the Device Database and the Test Mine results repository. Setting this up may appear daunting so this workshop aims to give a step-by-step guide to build up from nothing to a fully functioning Hive.

Topics will include:

• Configuring the Hive Runner for different device types

• Creating test scripts and projects in the Hive Scheduler

• Executing tests across a range of devices using queues

• Reporting results into Test Mine and analysing results

You will be encouraged to “play along”. You will require a laptop with Ruby installed and access to the wireless. An Android or iOS device together with an app and Cucumber tests will also be useful.

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Workshop: Getting Started with Hive CI and On-Device Automation

Joseph Haig

Joe is a senior software engineer at the BBC and the technical lead for the Hive CI project. He works closely with other development teams within the BBC to facilitate automated testing for projects such as iPlayer and iPlayer Radio.

SkillsCast

This session was not filmed.

The Hive CI is an framework for running automated testing on physical devices. The complete system comprises Hive Runners, which control the test device and execute the tests, the Hive Scheduler, for managing the Runners, the Device Database and the Test Mine results repository. Setting this up may appear daunting so this workshop aims to give a step-by-step guide to build up from nothing to a fully functioning Hive.

Topics will include:

• Configuring the Hive Runner for different device types

• Creating test scripts and projects in the Hive Scheduler

• Executing tests across a range of devices using queues

• Reporting results into Test Mine and analysing results

You will be encouraged to “play along”. You will require a laptop with Ruby installed and access to the wireless. An Android or iOS device together with an app and Cucumber tests will also be useful.

YOU MAY ALSO LIKE:

Thanks to our sponsors

About the Speaker

Workshop: Getting Started with Hive CI and On-Device Automation

Joseph Haig

Joe is a senior software engineer at the BBC and the technical lead for the Hive CI project. He works closely with other development teams within the BBC to facilitate automated testing for projects such as iPlayer and iPlayer Radio.

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